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" ... your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and even your very bowels will be continually teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let... "
The Prose Works of John Milton: With a Life of the Author - Page 442
by John Milton - 1806
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An Introduction to the Prose and Poetical Works of John Milton

John Milton - English poetry - 1899 - 303 pages
...yourselves and your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field ;...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue ; this constitutes the campaign of peace ; these are triumphs,...
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The Humane Review, Volume 9, Issues 33-36

Animal welfare - 1909
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home than you ever encountered in the field, and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue — this constitutes the campaign of peace. These are triumphs,...
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Studies in Philology, Volumes 14-15

Philology - 1917
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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Death and Liffe: An Alliterative Poem

John Marcellus Steadman - 1918 - 72 pages
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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La pensée de Milton

Denis Saurat - 1920 - 363 pages
...Cf. TCD, p. 488, el ci-dessus, Ontologie, les buis de la création. Saurai 14 ever encountered in Ihe field; and even your very bowels will be continually...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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The Modern Student's Book of English Literature

English literature - 1924 - 942 pages
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot thy sheep in thy hand. And through thee I believe...noble and great who are gone ; Pure souls honour'd these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, Volume 8

John Rylands Library - 1924
...yourselves and your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home than you ever encountered in the field ; and...continually teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. . . . Unless you are victors in this service it is in vain that you have been victorious over the despotic...
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Milton, Man and Thinker

Denis Saurat - 1925 - 363 pages
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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Bodies and Selves in Early Modern England: Physiology and Inwardness in ...

Michael C. Schoenfeldt - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 224 pages
...yourselves and your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue For who would vindicate your right of unrestrained suffrage,...
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Studies in Philology, Volume 15

Electronic journals - 1918 - 386 pages
...and from your families, you will find that you have cherished a more stubborn and intractable despot at home, than you ever encountered in the field; and...teeming with an intolerable progeny of tyrants. Let these be the first enemies whom you subdue; this constitutes the campaign of peace; these are triumphs,...
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